Famous Photographers Pose with Their Most Iconic Images

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Mark Seliger

Mark Seliger

CT Bell says:

Added his book to my Amazon Wishlist. This is a really moving post, I’m excited to learn more from these photographer’s work. Thanks Chase.

john ord says:

This is more of a personal message than a response to your iconic photographers page, but here I go… So it’s late 2012. I’m on this amazing trajectory. I’d hacked the system, photographed my Olympic medal winning buddy and a bunch of his Olympic medal winning buddies. My first exhibition was at Red Bull’s head offices in London in 2012. I got accreditation to shoot the London 2012 Paralympic Games. I had my first magazine cover on the day of my birthday. A hot shot ad agent bought my work. I got interviewed twice on BBC radio. I exhibited at the oxo gallery, which I didn’t even know fucking existed, but is like 5 mins walk from the tate modern. Then a week after hanging my exhibition at a global accountancy firm’s London headquarters, I got a chest infection, developed septicaemia, got put into a coma for four days, and almost died. 18 months later I’m picking up the pieces. Chase you’re an inspiration. I’m in danger of defaulting back to some middle of the road humdrum approach. You’ve reminded me why I’m here. Funnily enough it was that first Olympic medal winning buddy who signposted me to you. Thank you. You rock. Call me sometime. 00447939077336. I double dog dare you. I’ve got so much to give and I need a kick. Kick me.

Great website. Plenty of helpful information here. I’m sending it to several buddies ans also sharing in delicious. And obviously, thanks in your sweat!

David Wai says:

Chase, why are you not on this list?! If you were, what picture would you choose?

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Tim Mantoani says:

Chase: Thanks for the post and helping to share this project!

Keep posting this information as I use the same techniques and this has helped me.

Don’t waste your time defending yourself without having full knowledge about the law. Call my lawyer today!

Love your work.. its the little details that make the biggest difference.
Your work speaks to an intimate hidden part of me. Following you on Twitter,
keep shooting the beauty

Regards,

Andrew Sheppard says:

Don’t care much for the Gov. false flag one.

What a great project I love the concept and believe you are right only other photographers know who the talent is behind these famous photographs but then can we take it one step further because the likes of that iconic Mother Teresa shot would not be iconic without the talented Larry Bartlet RIP working in the daily telegraph photo lab at the time. Maybe that could be the next project ;)

I was greatly inspire by the works of these famous photographers! Thanks for the share!

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Iggy says:

I have this book, it’s incredible. Everyone should have it just for the quality of the book itself.

Halfrack says:

I ordered a copy a few days ago. http://www.mantoani.com – he has a few different options for purchasing there.

Frank Meo says:

The book is wonderful. Every photographer should have it as their daily inspiration! As you flip the pages your eyes grow wider as you realize that Tim came up with a great idea and had the savvy to produce it. The book also speaks to the production and tenacity of realizing an idea. Nice job Tim!

Mathieu Wauters says:

Great images, great project. Thanks for posting this, Chase!

Wes Shelley says:

Mark Seliger’s portraits are incredible! I hadn’t ever checked his stuff out but man- you’ve got to. Some of the best celebrity portraiture I’ve seen.

Some interesting artists and their work. Thanks Kurt Cobain for me.

Dave K. says:

What a great project. Steve McCurry’s iconic photo was so haunting on the cover of National Geographic. Will never forget it.

Jon DeVaul says:

Chase, thanks for posting this…truly inspiring!

Nasir Hamid says:

I saw this on kick-starter last year, did the book ever get produced? What a fantastic project and one I see as a love letter to film photographers. Notice the portraits were not shot on digital? Where will we be in 40 years from now when we can’t read the RAW files that are being created today because they’re in an obsolete ‘old’ format? Very sad.

Jim says:

Steve McCurry is hard to beat, the Afgan Girl gained wide acclaim, but he has much better images than that one.

Jon Galas says:

Thanks for Sharing Sir Chase (:
Why no Chase Jarvis? :D

David G. says:

I like that portrait 4.

Randell John says:

A great set of portraits, really nice to see the photographer pictured with their work, but I hate the grungy frames – Really distracting. The portraits are good enough to stand on their own and just don’t need all that fuzz.

RobyFabro says:

The photographs are 20×24 Polaroids, and the grungy frames are an intrinsic part of it, that’s what you get when you peel the paper off. Nice to see there are people who can afford $200 per click!

Ryan Hodges says:

This is truly incredible. Makes me feel for these photographs even more.

I’ve had the opportunity to work for Tim. The man’s awesome! I was also had the privilege of being taught by Greg Heisler, so this project is one of my favorites. I’m glad it’s getting exposure.

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